Author: Danielle Madero

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Today, Governor Bruce Rauner vetoed Senate Bill 2332, known as Tobacco 21.  The purpose of this bill was to increase the allowable tobacco purchase age from... [Read More]
The family of a man who died in jail is suing the Tazewell County Sheriff, Robert M. Huston,  for the wrongful death of their son.  It was... [Read More]
According to the Illinois State University Police, on 8/23/18, at approximately 2:00 PM, Normal Police responded to the Constitution Trail near the 400 block of... [Read More]
RLI Corp. founder Gerald D. Stephens died Monday in Peoria. He was 86. ... [Read More]
A new five week college prep program is designed to meet students at any stage of life has kicked off at Illinois Central College (ICC).... [Read More]
Heading to the family farm, hoping for your vote, four of our major political candidates came calling in the Twin Cities.  there was of course... [Read More]
SB 2661 was up for signature in The Capitol today.  Unfortunately, Governor Bruce Rauner used his amendatory veto powers to make changes he felt necessary... [Read More]
A Peoria man claims he was sexually abused from a Peoria Catholic Diocese Priest when he was nine years old.  Child sex abuse by... [Read More]
New Data suggests McLean County is losing the weekly wage battle.  A report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics places McLean County as the third... [Read More]
Bloomington Public library's free family pass lending program is expanding to include the Children's Discovery Museum. ... [Read More]
Exelon Generation has partnered with Heartland Community College (HCC) to accelerate the development of workforce talent at their Clinton Facility.  ... [Read More]
BREAKING NEWS: Individual shot on the East Bluff tonight near the Zoo. Two shot spotter alerts have gone off tonight at approximately 9:30 p.m. The... [Read More]
Now that classes have started again, Illinois Central College provided a new safety tool at the tip of the fingers of students.  It is called... [Read More]
Students are back in school and local police are asking you to slow down and keep an eye out for young children crossing the street. ... [Read More]
As the State of Illinois proceeds through the 200th anniversary, the Top 200 Project and the voters have chosen Dick Van Dyke as the top... [Read More]
According to Ameren Illinois approximately 136 units, 330 people lost power tonight around 9 p.m. on Northmoor Rd and Allen Rd.  The outage is not... [Read More]
Teen parents of Pekin Community High School, employees and families of District 108 get the opportunity to use Little Dragons Early Childhood Education Center, a... [Read More]
With Peorias budget woes continually on the city council docket,  it has many concerned.  Two women who work for the Peoria Police department in the... [Read More]
They call him the Colorado Captain.  He is riding his motorcycle from Denver to New York and back to raise awareness for Pediatric Cancer.  "Yo... [Read More]
An elderly Pekin man has been charged with two counts of predatory sexual assault of a child under the age of 13.   Jerry Riddle, a... [Read More]
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